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2011
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Crowdsourced Databases: Query Processing with People
Amazon’s Mechanical Turk (“MTurk”) service allows users to post short tasks (“HITs”) that other users can receive a small amount of money for completing. Common tasks on...
Adam Marcus 0002, Eugene Wu 0002, Samuel Madden, R...
CIDR
2011
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No bits left behind
One of the key tenets of database system design is making efficient use of storage and memory resources. However, existing database system implementations are actually extremely ...
Eugene Wu 0002, Carlo Curino, Samuel Madden
CIDR
2011
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Ibis: A Provenance Manager for Multi-Layer Systems
End-to-end data processing environments are often comprised of several independently-developed (sub-)systems, e.g. for engineering, organizational or historical reasons. Unfortuna...
Christopher Olston, Anish Das Sarma
CIDR
2011
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Deuteronomy: Transaction Support for Cloud Data
The Deuteronomy system supports efficient and scalable ACID transactions in the cloud by decomposing functions of a database storage engine kernel into: (a) a transactional compon...
Justin J. Levandoski, David B. Lomet, Mohamed F. M...
CIDR
2011
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Answering Queries using Humans, Algorithms and Databases
For some problems, human assistance is needed in addition to automated (algorithmic) computation. In sharp contrast to existing data management approaches, where human input is ei...
Aditya G. Parameswaran, Neoklis Polyzotis
CIDR
2011
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Megastore: Providing Scalable, Highly Available Storage for Interactive Services
Megastore is a storage system developed to meet the requirements of today’s interactive online services. Megastore blends the scalability of a NoSQL datastore with the convenien...
Jason Baker, Chris Bond, James Corbett, J. J. Furm...
CIDR
2011
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Longitudinal Analytics on Web Archive Data: It's About Time!
Organizations like the Internet Archive have been capturing Web contents over decades, building up huge repositories of time-versioned pages. The timestamp annotations and the she...
Gerhard Weikum, Nikos Ntarmos, Marc Spaniol, Peter...
CIDR
2011
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Hyder - A Transactional Record Manager for Shared Flash
Hyder supports reads and writes on indexed records within classical multi-step transactions. It is designed to run on a cluster of servers that have shared access to a large pool ...
Philip A. Bernstein, Colin W. Reid, Sudipto Das
CIDR
2011
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DBease: Making Databases User-Friendly and Easily Accessible
Structured query language (SQL) is a classical way to access relational databases. Although SQL is powerful to query relational databases, it is rather hard for inexperienced user...
Guoliang Li, Ju Fan, Hao Wu, Jiannan Wang, Jianhua...
CIDR
2011
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Consistency in a Stream Warehouse
A stream warehouse is a Data Stream Management System (DSMS) that stores a very long history, e.g. years or decades; or equivalently a data warehouse that is continuously loaded. ...
Lukasz Golab, Theodore Johnson
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